Egyptian God Ra

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Smaragdas

Philadelphia, United States

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Extra Large
6.7" x 14.0"
Large
4.1" x 8.5"
Medium
2.6" x 5.5"
Small
1.9" x 4.0"

Features

  • Removable, individually die-cut vinyl
  • Ideal for smooth flat surfaces like laptops, journals, windows, etc.
  • 1/8th of an inch white border around each design

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In Egyptian mythology, Ra was the god of the sun and creation. He was also called Re. He was the most important god in ancient Egypt. He had many names, such as Amun-Ra, and Ra-Horakhty. It was said he was born each morning in the East, and died each night in the West. In the night he traveled through the underworld. This is why the West side of the Nile was known as the land of the dead.Ra has many forms, he may be shown in his most well known form as the Hawk-headed man with which the sun disk may be seen above him. He may also be depicted as a scarab beetle or a man.

Ra was believed to be the greatest Egyptian god when it came to powers. His powers live in his hidden name. Only he knew his hidden name so only he could use the powers. It was said that he had the best powers throughout the land. He could make anything, he made people, he made the world, and he made the heavens. That is how great his powers were. One day Isis wanted to have his powers so she sent a serpent to poison him on his daily walk and when the pain was so bad, Ra gave in and told her his secret name of creation.Then Isis banished Ra to the Duat so Osiris her husband could be king.

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